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All-female event brings in snowboarders from around the country

An annual all-female snowboarding event brought a chill to Norfolk earlier this year

 

 

 

 

A snowboarder at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club.

A snowboarder at Wicked Sisters, an all-female snowboarding event in Norwich. PHOTO: Norfolk Snowsports Club.

 

Top student-athletes celebrated at 2018 TASS Stars Awards

Five talented athletes from across England have been revealed as 2018 TASS Stars Awards winners in celebration of an exceptional year of performances both on and off the field.

More than 400 TASS-supported athletes were eligible to be put forward for an award and from the scores of nominations received, a shortlist of fourteen finalists came together at a presentation afternoon alongside the Müller Anniversary Games in London.

IOC confirms Ski Big Air for 2022 Olympic programme

The International Olympic Committee announced overnight that Ski Big Air will be included in the Beijing 2022 Olympic Winter Games programme, a decision welcomed by British Ski & Snowboard. With Great Britain already home to a host of world class freestyle skiers competing successfully in Big Air events at World Cups and X-Games, there is the realistic proposition of Team GB vying for more freestyle skiing medals in four years’ time.

 Photo: Tommy Pyatt

British Ski Academy GBR Series Outdoor 5 Race Report

Words by Nicole Shering

GBR 5, the last race of the series was held at Chatham slope last weekend and proved to be a very exciting race, especially the second run. It was all to play for with the overall standings being so close in the females and males. As many people are aware, Chatham Ski Slope had only recently changed the matting back to denex, allowing this race to happen, which gave everyone a fair chance.

British Ski Academy GBR Series Race 4 Race Report

Words by Charlie Tubbs, Snowsport England Dryslope Ambassador

 

On a hot and sunny Sunday the 1st of July saw round 4 of the GBR series in Pontypool. 

The atmosphere was relaxed and friendly, something the chief of race felt was important for the competitors. 

 

After an exciting Race 3 on the Saturday many of the racers were hoping to improve their results and they didn't disappoint. 

The two courses were set by Alan Lyndsey and David Eaves with Izzy Evans giving feedback as the forerunner. 

 

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